Wooden Indian Burial Ground – Tickets – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR – December 28th, 2016

Wooden Indian Burial Ground

Portland experimental garage-punks

Wooden Indian Burial Ground

Sun Angle

December, 28th, 2016

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$6.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

Wooden Indian Burial Ground
Wooden Indian Burial Ground
“Wooden Indian Burial Ground is a guitar-bass-drums band from Portland, Ore., that’s particularly molten. As the rhythm section bears down splashily on whatever riff drives the song, Mr. Fowler pushes surf-guitar techniques — glissando, string-bending, tremolo strumming — toward their noisy, textural extremes, or he makes swoopy sounds from a low-tech analogue synthesizer that a friend built inside a beat-up bit of luggage from a thrift shop…the point of the songs is the way they ride their rudimentary riffs toward euphoric dementia.” - The New York Times (Jon Parales)

“Wooden Indian Burial Ground were the rare breed of psychedelic garage music that rises above the mediocrity of most bands making this sort of music these days and gets me remembering why I’ve loved this kind of music for so long.” - NPR, All Songs Considered (Bob Boilen)
Sun Angle
Sun Angle
Tropical Psych Phase Punk

Diamond Junk – the debut full-length from Sun Angle –creates, as the title suggests, exhilarating tension between beauty and chaos, propelled by artful, animalistic urgency.

Known and loved for their irreverent, expressive, spontaneous live shows—full of aggressive elation and gritty, raucous, surreal layers of sound—the Portland trio channels that same epic, improvisational energy into their debut album. Produced by Danny Seim (Menomena), Diamond Junk was recorded in a brief blip of space-time in a cabin lurking in the depths of Zigzag, Oregon—

musical immersion marked by the creative abandon of all-night psychotropic inspiration and oblique strategies.

The synergistic three-piece consists of Charlie Salas Humara on vocals & guitar (Panther), Marius Libman on bass (Copy) and Papi Fimbres on drums (Paper/Upper/Cuts). Central and South American footsteps traverse through Sun Angle’s veins, blending SST punk, Cumbia, and pop in a wash of psychedelic filth. Sun Angle ride the line between chaos and pop, making music all it’s own.


Diamond Junk is out now on New Moss Records.